COVID-19 is impacting many lives today in our communities, schools, and hospitals. We strive to stay safe, and with the uncertainties not understanding the direction of in-person classes. We will ensure our center comply with all COVID-19 regulations and guidelines to carry out future quality level apprenticeship programs through distance learning until further notice.
Our mission is to be a tailored training center that educates youth and adults who seek skillful trades in the workforce; in which will open a new pathway for employers and families who are facing economic challenges.
As a Registered sponsor through the U.S. Department of Labor, we strive to train our apprentices and reward their efforts with credentials to advance their life with a stronger foundation through education.
M.J. Training Center was founded by Bishop Emanuel Jackson in 1994 on the belief that every individual has the ability to learn and thrive in a growing economy.
Bishop Emanuel Jackson
FOCUS ON THE PROBLEM
LEARNING WITHOUT WALLS
Our concern about these precedents was underscored by personal experience, and the idea for this project was born. Identify common obstacles to success, and create an accessible, centralized, resource for ex-convict-students, their families, and those advising them.
Using our relevant backgrounds as a guide; some with graduate education to former prison students; Rev. Emanuel Jackson, an ex-offender and some members of his team; set out to address the profound need for advisory resources in this area, and committed to fill the void. Through a variety of programs, such as Technology in mechanics, construction, electrical, and computers; we are determined to assist those willing to undergo our tailored programs to obtain an accredited certificate apprenticeship of completion.
When We Reach One, then Educate More "We WIN"